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Is vinegar an electrolyte?

Answer:

Weak electrolytes are substances which only partially dissociate into ions when dissolved in water. Weak acids such as acetic acid, found in vinegar, and weak bases such as ammonia, found in cleaning products, are examples of weak electrolytes.

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